Fremont Street

Fremont Street 

In the heart of downtown lies a hidden paradise one where the concerts are free the beer is cheap and where you can glide 50 feet in the air. Here are 7 reasons why you'll definitely want to check out Fremont street.

1. FREE CONCERTS 

 

Fremont Street offers a mixture of live music. You can expect to hear a mixture of music from Headliners to tribute bands from rock to EDM each stage is the theme to different types of music. 

 

 

2. IT FEATURES MULTIPLE ATTRACTIONS

 

Slotzilla: Is a zip line attraction in Fremont where guest can glide from 90ft above the ground. With prices starting at $25 you can expect to have a cheap thrilling adventure.

 

 

Fear the Walking Dead attraction: You are taken deep into the zombie world filled with blood and hungry eating zombies you as you are thrown deep into zombie "zones" where one bite equals infection. Luckily you'll be guided into surviving this terrifying experience. Prices for this experience start at $24, plus processing fees ($3, non-refundable). Children’s price, $15.

3. It has A giant fire-breathing mantis 

 

Yep! you heard that right! A giant praying fire mantis lies at the end of the strip this particular area is named container park. During the night you can see this wonderful beast light up the Vegas street. Right next to it you can find a container park a park filled with shops bars and interactive experiences. This is a place you'll definitely fall in love with.

 

 

4. " Viva Vision "

 

Get ready to look up as a huge LED screen covers the Las Vegas sky The famous video screen is 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and suspended 90 feet above Fremont Street’s iconic shopping center.

 

 

5. THE FIRST HOTEL IN VEGAS is located on Fremont Street 

 

When Vegas was just a baby the babies name was the " Golden Nugget" Which was first named Hotel Nevada in 1906 and is now known as Golden Gate. With major renovations in 2005, you can experience a mixture of both worlds from older to modern the hotel itself is a major part of Las Vegas history.

 

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